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Dec 4, 2013 11:00pm EST
't waste time and energy on that.b you need to paint a picture of why it is special, and they will get excited or not. i never get worried there are not more people who lean in. i think about it differently than when we started. i think there are very few change the world jobs out there. >> you also say to recruit constantly. what if you don't have the luxury of a budget? >> when i say constantly, i don't mean to higher constantly. i mean to always know who the next person is. so you know where to go as opposed to waiting for months to start your recruiting cycle and finding somebody. i would say at ebay meg was fabulous. she would bring people in. >> how do those people feel? they don't necessarily know what they will be doing down the line. >> we were going so fast. we have a track record of putting those people in bigger jobs. he came to run small things and was running the u.s. business. in six months we knew he was going to do something big. we just didn't know what. >> what do you do when your budget is tight and you want someone who might cost more than you can afford. can you e
Dec 9, 2013 1:00pm EST
a couple for you. first, noble energy. the analysts a commodity prices remain a concern going into next year. most sinceng by the the ipo. products are giving investors reason to believe it could grow into its valuation. also watching an american airlines group. the new giant created by the merger of us airways and amr crorp. adam johnson had a chance to speak to the ceo of the new giant in the airline industry. >> circling the wagons in using all the resources of the company. >> we are keeping all the airplanes because that is away this merger works. we need all of that. the networks are highly complementary. so we put the networks together. so supply will be unchanged. if supply is unchanged and demand remains constant, there should not be any change in the prices. prices move a lot based on any sort of factors, but this merger will not be one of those. >> no change in airfares. that is a big deal. randa started at american airlines. went to us airways and now running the combined entities. he obviously knows these companies intimately. when ice down with them last february i said wil
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